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okay turn left. ....where getting lost is part of the fun. everybody knows about wine caves that wineries have just a typical guy like me can build one in his backyard. we're snooping around a handcrafted backyard cellar. sparkling wine can be wonderful. sparkling wine can be delightful. plus, bubbly essentials on sparkling wine and champagne. bringing this lifestyle into your own home, all now in wine country. i'm mary babbitt. many of us dream of living and working in wine country - but how about actually
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setting up shop in the middle of a vineyard? we're at the home studio of artist lynn mahon, he's a sonoma county potter who works here in the grape vines. we'll get to know lynn and show you his work a little later in our show. but first, let's meet a sonoma county couple who also work among the vines. when luke porter launched porter-bass winery, he and his wife moved into a gypsy wagon in the middle of their vineyard. talk about roughing it.they don't even have plumbing. behind the label, what it takes to get a fledgling wine brand up and running.and keep it going. starting a new winery may seem exciting and fun, but when you get right down to it, it's a lot of hard work and sacrifice. would you take like this one off? yeah. just ask luke and elena bass. as a young couple starting our own business, we had to sort of prioritize our expenditures. so, everything
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goes to the winery. their "porter bass" winery here in california's sonoma county has no tasting room, nor a gift shop. just acres and acres of grapevine, and young founders willing to give up, well, quite a lot. we were both working good jobs at wineries and uh we've decided to do the brand and needed to cut the budget. and we said hey we can move into the gypsy wagon! the "gypsy wagon" is an old trailer in the middle of the vineyard. it's seventeen feet long, eight feet wide, and it's now luke and elena's home. we've lived in some small apartments but this is very small. they've got a built-in bed, a chest and a chair. with so little space, there's really no room to spare. we try to keep it pretty clean and simple, since it is such a tiny little
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space. it gets cluttered really fast. especially with the dog - she takes up a lot of room. their only luxury is electricity. an extension cord runs from a nearby building to power their one and only light. but if you need to make a phone call in the middle of the night or use the restroom, it's a 300-foot walk up the path to the house. want to go get some lunch? truth be told, luke and elena have a fall back in luke's parents. they live up the hill, giving the young couple a place to go for the comforts of a regular home. the basses are a wine loving family. mom and dad own the vineyards and help out with the winery. but they say the winemaking is entirely up to luke and elena. i haven't the palette to make wine. luke and elena have a very neat combo of palettes. they're not identical. they're very good
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critics of the wine they're making. dirck bass is an architect. he built the gypsy wagon in 19-70 in upstate new york, when luke was just a boy. it was built with a tow hitch. i put it onto a rental truck. put all of our possessions in the rental truck and pulled it out west. some might say this lifestyle's inconvenient, more of a hassle than it's worth. but if you ask luke and elena, living in a trailer in the middle of a vineyard really does have its perks. it's about quality of life. by living in the wagon i don't have to get a second job to pay the rent or to pay the mortgage. and elena can do the work she loves... it's really gotten me way more in touch much with what's happening in the vineyard and the cycles of the vineyard. ...so it really just allows us the opportunity to live the life we want. if the winery turns a profit, luke and elena might consider moving out of the old wagon. in the meantime, they're hard at work in the vineyards,
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near their little gypsy home. to get the things you want, you have to prioritize. and we didn't know if it was going to work, and it really has. it's been a really fun thing to do. there's a lot more still to come in wine country, up next, we're snooping around in a unique home wine cellar. la catina de stephano it's like i'm transported into a different world and later... come in here thirty, forty feet and it all looks the same. testing your sense of direction in wine country.
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(alarming ringing)ike a totally normal day (blender) (opening a can) (meow) (child's laughter) "i love you" i mean i guess i was a little sweaty and i was definitely sore (grunting) i thought i had gas turns out, i was having a heart attack (plate breaking) (hard exhale) heart disease is the number one killer of american women so now i take care of my heart and i tell the women in my life to do the same >>sounds great by the way that's nice sweety but thats not my heart that is find out more from the american heart association at goredforwomen.org
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when it comes to collecting wine...some people store their best bottles in a rack, refrigerator or better yet a wine cellar. but we met a landscape contractor who's combined his love of mother nature and wine to create a storage solution all his own. hi, i'm steve rudy welcome to my el cerrito cellar. let me show you around. most wine cellars do the job -- storing wine and such, but when steve built his cellar... it's a little secret hideout. he didn't know his project would turn into a backyard retreat. before we started it was basically dirt, weeds and basically behind the garage area where we threw junk. steve created an above ground "cave." my favorite part about the cellar is
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probably the entry. it's probably what i put most of my time into designing and trying to create a sense of oldness. i tried to find a door that looked old and what i wanted, but couldn't find it, so i ended up just making it myself. when you walk up you'll see the travertine paving, which is outside the cave and also inside the cave. the columns are made out of terra- cotta flue titles which are used in chimneys. the structure of the cave is basically concrete. steve's cave is now part of the landscape. you see banana plants, morning glory is basically on the top of it growing everywhere, a mexican fan palm, some cannas, some various ferns, there's a little creepy ground cover called bacopa, there's a trumpet plant uh called datura . inside, a change of scenery. i've collected about four hundred bottles so far. i have one special bottle that i bought in italy. it's a 97
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burnello from the montalcino area. italy had a lot to do with the design of the wine cellar. and i bought this special bottle to bring back and celebrate the fifth anniversary of the cellar opening. a unique handcrafted cellar. thanks for coming. hope you enjoyed the tour. come back anytime. what a great home cellar...you could say it's a must- have. which leads us to our in wine country pop quiz question, which of course, is a must-do. our question today, when it comes to winemaking, what is must? is it: a - a mixture of grape juice, skins and pulp b - an additive winemakers use in the barrel or c - the leftover yeast extracted from sparkling wine don't go away, we'll give you the must-know answer after the break. also ahead... other parts of the world too make sparkling wines.
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must is the name used by winemakers for the unfermented liquid consisting of grape juice, stem fragements, grape skins, seeds and pulp. the mixture comes out of the crusher- destemmer, at the beginning of the winemaking process. the term is used until the end of fermentation and that's when the must becomes wine. you know we've gotta say it -- consider this your pop quiz that was a must must is something you learn about when studying the basics of winemaking. we thought we'd extend the lesson plan today. but we want to keep it fun so we're going to look at the basics of bubbly. from champagne to sparkling, sweet to dry, vintage to non-vintage, master sommelier evan goldstein has the essentials of bubbles 101. all champagne is sparkling wine or bubbly. not all sparkling wine or bubbly is champagne. by law champagne
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must come from.well champagne. champagne is actually a place. it's northeastern france about 90 miles outside of paris everything else with bubbles? it's sparkling wine. sparkling wine can be extraordinary and it comes from fferent places in the world. in the united states -- you'll find sparkling wine. "cava" is from spain cava is both the name of the wine as well as the name of the region which is located in catalunya not far from barcelona they are extraordinary represent great value for the money in italy, it's asti spumanti . coming from the town of asti in the piedmont region and also prosecco. prosecco is again the name of both the area and the grape that it's made from the style of bubbly also matters. "brut" means the wine has less sugar and is dry. "demi sec" means the wine is a little sweeter. some sparkling
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wines and champagnes have a vintage date on the label. but most do not. the lion's share of all sparkling wine and champagnes that are made in the world are what they call a non- vintage or increasingly popular terminology multi- vintage wine. wines from older vintages are blended in to make a consistent wine year in and year out. as a general rule it's going to be more expensive to find a vintage wines because simply they are rarer they are not made quite as often. however it doesn't necessarily mean that you as a wine drinker are going to like it better or that in fact this wine is actually better than the non-vintage wine. what it simply means is there is something unique to the year it was harvested. and that's the essentials of bubbly. artists often get inspiration from their surroundings. for sonoma valley potter lynn mahon, the source of creativity he draws upon is the land and vineyards surrounding his wine country studio. come along as we visit lynn's outdoor gallery and see the
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potter himself in action. my studio is set in the middle of thirty acres of vineyards. i'm on the border of napa and sonoma counties. so, my studio is in napa county. my mailbox is in sonoma county. lynn mahon's the artist in residence at latour vineyards. while his location among the vines may seem picture perfect, the art he's making here is, by his own account, anything but. there's a tendency with ceramic artists that they want to make perfect vessels. they want everything. they want things to match up. they want to be recognized for the same things. where i really like to undo things. i like to, to make them so you can't. i mean you'll recognize that it's mine because it looks so crazy. and it's so chaotic. i, i add chaos to the perfect pot. a quick peek around lynn's studio confirms it -- this guy's
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art is free form, not unlike nature around it. and occasionally, downright dinged up. i'll make a perfect vase and then i un-make it by messing it up. so tell me about this piece? dad's sixtieth birthday. and it's a fountain. there will be a tube of water that will shoot down into this bowl here and it'll drain out the floor. it's a self portrait -- can you see the likeness? this is the likeness right here. thank you very much. sure. and yours? i don't want to clean mine. i might loose my mojo or something. lynn's art may be chaotic and messy, but his pottery skills are professional and polished. which is more
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than i can say for my own. now you can come back out and kind of open it up. do that. just pull? yeah just kind of pull it open. this feels so great! isn't it cool. yeah. got a little problem here houston. what happened mary? my finger. i got my finger in the way. i was trying to copy you and my fingers just are useless. my pot may be a lost cause, but lynn's almost finished a flawless piece. which means, of course, it's time for his signature touch. what are you doing, lynn? i'm messing it up. i'm undoing it mary. why? because this is what makes it fun. a little character. yeah. it's not from costco. watching lynn at work, it's clear his vineyard home's a perfect fit for his imperfect art.
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all these things come to me when i'm out here. i don't have to think of what to draw. it just flows to me. just being here. you can feel the vibe of the land. it's awesome. ah! done! you won't want to miss what's next in wine country, an amazing adventure, finding your way out of a maze. it's a dead end. how do you know? oh. some people turn around and they're just completely lost. they don't know where they're at. where getting lost is all part of the fun. click on inwinecountry .com to see behind the scenes photos, watch videos, download podcasts and sign up for our email newsletter. all at inwinecountry .com.
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we're always on the lookout for something new and different to do in wine country. well we found an activity that the whole family can enjoy, but it might keep your kids and you busy for a long time. take a real adventure in wine country, where getting lost is all part of the fun. woo hoo we turn here. it's a circle. it's a big ol circle! that way. that way it's south. these kids may be finding a million ways through this maze, but there's only one way out. they can run laps around this thing i think all day long and still not be tired. farmer john gandolfo is happy to oblige. once a year, he opens his "g and m farms corn maze" east of san francisco -- in the
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livermore valley wine country -- to hoards of crazed kids and their parents. you're surrounded by eight, ten foot stalks of corn. so you lose your sense of direction very easily. they're having a field day exploring six acres of corn. it's a dead end this maze is only one of hundreds that open across the country each year. this one looks like a quarter, thanks to a corn maze expert who carves out the design months ahead of time. he sets this field into grids by using the rows that we plant on and then he flags it out. gets it all marked. and then he comes in and actually kills the corn with round up when it's about two inches tall. so it's already done basically when this corn is two, three inches out of the ground. they even install a bridge... which later becomes a big hit with the kids. this is cool! wow! how'd they get under there? for those who get hopelessly turned
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around, help is on hand. dan marciel is a partner in the farm who also plays "corn cop." they're completely lost. they don't know where they're at or what they're doing sometimes. there is a kernel of truth to that, but actually most folks don't need assistance. you see, the maze is peppered with hints. how old does a boy have to be to become a boy scout? six! turn left! answer just one trivia question correctly -- on history, pop culture, the bible or another topic -- and get sent off in the right direction. it'll get you from one end to the other if you read the questions and follow the directions. we're going to take the wrong way -- turn left! hut two, three, four. hut two, three, four. having explored the field far and wide, the kids finally approach the end. it's been taking them about thirty to forty-five minutes. yeah yeah yeah! an adventure getting lost in wine country, where finding
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the way out is all the fun. the curfew you have imposed on me is an egregious infringement upon my social well-being and freedom.
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i know my rights, and you can't tell me what to do. does every conversation with your teen turn into a debate? call the boys town national hotline at 800-448-3000. trained counselors are on call 24-7 to help with parenting problems. and that's gonna do it for our show today, thank you for joining us, we hope you enjoyed your stay in wine country and we'll see you again next time.
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we call the goats the cheese makers because without them we can't do anything we're having a ball at harley farms goat dairy. the flowers just jump out. where homegrown goat cheese is fresh as a flower. if you have a taste for adventure... we've both been on whitewater raft trips before but we've never had a wine trip to go along with it. come along on this expedition, where wine and food are key provisions. it feels like warm blankets. get pampered in a warm tub
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chock full of cedar... i opened that door and i was just floored. our open house tour explores a tuscan- inspired wine country home we can really shine a light on them where um other larger venues can't do that. discovering wine through the grapevine at neighborhood wine shops. bringing this lifestyle home into your home, all now in wine country. hello and welcome, we're in wine country and i'm mary babbitt. when you think of trying to bring the wine country lifestyle home, one way most of us do it is through the wine we drink and the food we eat. handmade, artisanal
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products like olive oil, chocolate, and honey are all foods that express the places where they're made. well cheese is no exception, and it's certainly is a natural pairing with wine. we're at the harley farms goat dairy in pescadero just north of santa cruz. here, you can discover homegrown goat cheese made daily that's as fresh as a flower. look, aren't they gorgeous? perhaps you've heard the ol' saying "get your goat." well, dee harley's got her goat. she's got lots of goats in fact. it'll probably fall asleep in your arms, they love attention. they're just like a little dog or something. dee's the owner of harley farms goat dairy. more than two hundred forty of her goats graze pasture here in pescadero -- including, during our visit, a herd of kids. but that's not all. there's also bart, the guard llama. yes that's right, he's a guard llama. he just loves his
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babies. aww. oh this one's going... oh no! yeah. i know. he's gonna climb right up . it's like, "i'm just a little play toy, look!" bart's here to fend off coyotes and bobcats. animals that otherwise, might fancy a little goat snack. he'll comes right up and he's got these teeth that stick out. but he just wants to check you out and make sure that you're ok to go in with his animals. the goats in bart's care are a productive bunch. twice a day, they file into the farm's nearly one hundred year old pen for milking. imagine it's like a valve and you have to shut the valve up top. farm manager wil edwards leads tours and teaches folks how to milk goats. be very firm. very good. that was good. truth be told, hand milking is udderly impossible with so many goats. milking machines are one of the few
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concessions to modern-day farming. we milk the goats by machine now because we have so many. the milk, gets filtered and goes into a cooling tent where it's cooled immediately. and then we pasteurize it that day. i'm ready for my close up. alright. good to go? so now we're ready to go into the dairy part. harley farms is one of only a handful of dairies in the u.s. undertaking every aspect of the cheese making process, including of course making the cheese itself. we're a farmstead dairy, which means we have our own animals and produce our own milk that produces our own cheese. the cheese they're making today is a product called "monet" -- one of their signature goat cheeses, topped by hand with edible flowers. i feel like i'm all thumbs here. well they're very delicate these little petals like that. harley farms may be a small, labor intensive operation, but its homegrown cheeses are winning awards and accolades. are you ready? oh
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no, i'm not. so, turn it upside down and then take it off and then you've got your pretty cheese. oh, yours looks better. no it doesn't, yours looks fabulous. even though mine's a bit off kilter, it promises to taste really good. and you're a cheesemaker. ah! i did it. you did it. my monet! me in wine country, still to up next a san jose hot spot that's part of a growing trend of wine shops with something more. they keep bringing in small wineries that maybe you haven't heard of that you could get to try. and later...roughi ng on the river, wine country style.
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my son, aden, has asthma. secondhand smoke has triggered his asthma
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so bad to the point where he has to end up in the emergency room. and he has spent multiple nights in intensive care. now he's on a whole bunch of medications. my tip to you is: don't be shy to tell people not to smoke around your kids. call 1-800-quit-now.
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do you have a favorite local wine store? you may not realize it, but local wine shops can be great places to learn about wine. many hold in-store events like tastings and food and wine pairings. you heard it through our grapevine about the grapevine wine shop in san jose...where wine lovers get the inside scoop on up and coming wines. wine is sorta the thing that brings you here and the people make you stay. people like ruth hennigar and cara finn who take pride in running the grapevine. and the man of the night... thank you all for coming. ...guest winemaker, tom rodrigues, from maple creek winery makers of artevino in mendocino county. i'll tell you a little about our wines. not just any winemaker gets invited to the grapevine. ruth says they set high standards when it comes to stocking their racks. if we wouldn't drink it, we wouldn't expect you to. we prefer the smaller wineries
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because it gives us a chance to you know to be a little different than everybody else. so we can feature the wines, we can customers, we can really you know shine a light on them where other larger venues can't do that. you can discover wines you might not get to sample anywhere else. there you go. enjoy! i like the small wineries trying to find something new. and they keep bringing in wineries that you maybe haven't heard of that you could get to try. the grapevine's special winemaker tastings are packed with... wine education, wine enthusiasm and enjoyment. so, we can really educate people about what they're putting in their mouths. so you walk out of here with a bottle of wine that has a story wine isn't the only thing that brings in the crowd... at every event we do on thursday nights we pair the cheeses with the wine - we try to pick cheese that will go nicely with the wines we're having. and when consumers know a good wine... we've got a number of wineries that we introduced here that we just can't keep their wines on the shelf
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because people come back again and again because they've gotten to know the wine, they realize oh this is a great wine i just want to keep buying it. and, as these wine lovers will tell you, the place to hear about and try these wines is through the grapevine. speaking of grapevines, they play a role in our weekly pop quiz. our qustion today, what are arms on a grapevine? are they a, what holds the grapes clusters on the vine b, the part of the vine's woody framework or c, the part of the vine where the leaves grow? stretch your arms a bit and figure this one out, we'll have the answer coming up after the break. also ahead... venetian plaster on the archways and down the gallery hallway creates just a very italian villa mood. designs for a wine country retreat... and, enzyme bath is a detoxifying treatment.
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up next, a spa treatment to purify and relax your body.
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welcome back, we're in wine country and i'm mary babbitt. i hope you embraced our pop quiz this week, the question what are arms on a grapevine? are they a, what holds the grapes clusters on the vine b, the part of the vine's woody framework or c, the part of the vine where the leaves grow? ok well it seems like strong arms might be needed to hold grape clusters on the vine, but in this case, the answer's actually b. arms are part of the vine's woody framework. eluid ortiz, vineyard manager at galante vineyards in carmel valley shows us where arms grow. this is the vine and they're attached to the trunk
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arms support the canes and spurs that will evenually bear the shoots for the buds that will bear the leaves for the canopy --- and most importantly, flowers that will set the fruit for the grapes. so give yourself a hand, you've made it through another in wine country pop quiz. here's another story to wrap your arms around... one way to surround yourself with the wine country lifestyle is to bring it into your home. for one san francisco bay area interior designer, that means when you walk through the front door, you feel like you're in wine country, no matter where you live. come along on our open house tour, where sophisticated italian charm transforms this house into a wine country home. homes in this quiet california cul-de-sac share similar brick facades. but one door opens up to the tuscan wine country. my husband and i really like
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everything italian. we like the furniture, the music, the people, the wine. so our vision was to have a italian home with a wine theme. collaborating with designer jacques saint dizier owner, nancy colella's dream renovation erased the outdated, and recreated a wine country retreat. it hadn't been updated for a very long time. part of the fun of this house is the fact that when you walked through the door, there's no way to know what's coming. we started with two arches and somehow they just kept multiplying. one of main features of the gallery is the contrast between the floor which is travertine, tumble travertine and partially filled and this smooth wall finish which has a sheen to it. jacques says lighting is a key element in creating this
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warm, inviting living space. every other bay has a skylight. the series of arches then leads you to another gallery and off of this gallery is the grand staircase that we created, this travertine staircare with an obosone tapestry that dates back to 1780, and a pair of panels that are painted from about the same period. the staircase has iron railing. it was all hand worked. one trick for creating wine country in your home...let your travels be your guide . we brought things in san gemiono and florence. we went to a wonderful cooking school outside of pizza and it was the tuscany region and we brought some things back from there. topping off this wine country haven, jacques created a small space with big
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appeal the powder room which is the only room in the house that we did as a surprise to the clients. it's done as a little jewel box actually. it's back painted mirror that's been antiqued with a vine growing all the way around the room and then mirror on the ceilings like a fixture. when you close it, it's completely sparkly and glamorous, it's like you are in the inside of a jewelry box. another way to bring wine country into your home? jacques suggests a rich wine colored paint like the one in this wine cellar. whether you choose faux marble, travertine flooring or a warm splash of paint, let the colors of in wine country be your inspiration. relaxing at home is one way to enjoy the wine country lifestyle. but for some of us, only a spa will do to get us in that tranquil state of mind.
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we've discovered a wine country destination called osmosis where pampering means a dip in a cedar enzyme bath for soothing relaxation. when you think of a bath...think beyond warm water and bubbles. the cedar enzyme bath at osmosis spa in the sonoma county town of freestone gives new meaning to "bathing." in japan they had a tradition of drinking tea with enzymes and out that tradition stemmed the idea for the enzyme bath. so, we start out with the tea to provide some historical context. you sip tea and wander around the zen inspired garden. meanwhile bath attendent catherine stupar prepares your blanket of heat. it's henoki cedar, douglas fur and rice bran combined with enzymes that catalyze the fermentation of those fibers. first she rakes the mixture. when i'm digging in the bath
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it's really to open up the material and let a lot of oxygen flow in there and make sure the heat is evenly distributed. soon it's time to step up to the bath and prepare to get covered. it's feels somewhat like be buried in the sand. but it's not quite as heavy. if you can imagine a mixture of peet moss and sand -- it's very light, but warm. you don't feel weight on top of you. you feel just like there's no gravity. you feel like you're floating. as the fermentation progresses you can feel the benefits of the treatment. that creates a lot of heat as a byproduct, you feeling ready for a cool cloth? which helps stimulate the metabolism and bring toxins out of the internal organs, so that you can leave detoxed and refreshed and relax and contemplate your own life and become one with yourself. after twenty minutes... i'd like you to lift your arms up to the surface. ...it's time to dig your way out. after the treatment one
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feels very rejunivated. so the next time you're longing for a pampering bath...you might try a cedar soak instead. up next, now that your spirit's renewed, get ready for an extreme adventure... it's an excellent opportunity to pair some adventure with some first class dining on the river. wine and rapids on the river, next in wine country. click on inwinecountry .com to see behind the scenes photos, watch videos, download podcasts and sign up for our email newsletter. all at inwinecountry .com.
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do you have a taste for adventure? if so, we've got a treat for you. "wine on the river" is a specialty trip combining fine wine tasting with raging white water... . we're taking an adventure in wine country down a class four river -- with a boat-load of wine in tow. this stretch of the tuolumne river in the sierra nevada foothills may be wild and remote, but a group of strangers has come together here for the utmost of civilized endeavors. wine tasting on the banks of the river. this trip here on the tuolumne is our tuolumne 'wine on the river' trip. it's the first of four wine trips that we do around north america. steve markle is with "oars" -- the outdoor adventure river specialists. they're the guides for this trip. layers of clothing are good. the fit is great, but i care more about
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the water. of course, a "wine on the river" trip requires, well, wine. that's where scott klann from twisted oak winery comes in. i brought some barrel samples. we're going to have some fun tonight we're going to do what is called a blending seminar so i had to bring some barrel samples in order to do that. but first... we are all ready to get wet. we're going to go through some great rapids. they've gotta get down the river. these are "class four" rapids. that's four out of a possible six in difficulty. now, most adults can run class four rapids with a guide, but still, this is no walk in the park. it doesn't take long for the mighty tuolumne to flip a boat -- sending a handful of rafters, including scott the winemaker, into the drink. the boat turned over. it went up
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and it flipped. is the wine still attached to the boat? the wine was not in our boat. the barrel samples i knew were ok too because they were in the boat that saved us. the barrel samples, the finished wine. you know, the food might be important, but uh it's, of course it's secondary. during the course of this two-day adventure, the rafters navigate fifteen rapids along a pristine river canyon. it's 18 miles of virtually nonstop whitewater, and completely removed from civilization. there is no other river in california that really takes you out of civilization the way the tuolumne does. this may be the wilderness, but camping with oars is hardly primitive. table cloths and hors d'oeuvres are de rigueur in this neck of the woods. there it is! the main event is, of course, the wine, which emerges from a dry box safe and sound.
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here's what we're going to do. we're going to pair up into two different teams, and we're going to have a little blending fun. scott's blending seminar is a game -- a timed competition pitting two teams against each other. they've got three barrel samples and the tools of the winemaking trade. the object... mix up the better blend. i think no matter what you mix together, it's still going to taste really good. one team's blend is dubbed "miwok" -- a nod to the natives of the tuolumne river. the other, "cornucopia of chaos." a wisecrack, perhaps, about the day's whitewater adventure. i'm going to go judge these. you guys are going to have some more of your left over barrel samples. if this trip proves anything, it's that you can live high on the hog, even in the wilderness. these were both very good wines, alright but the best blend of the night was the miwok. woo hoo! an adventure with wine on the river -- escaping
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civilization, and bringing gourmet living into the great outdoors.
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and that's gonna do it for our show. thanks for joining us. from harley farms goat dairy in pescadero, we hope you enjoyed your stay in wine country and we'll see you again next time. for more information about today's show, log for more information about today's show, log
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tonight on "1st look." >> hey. [ bleep ]. >> i'm never one to give up dessert. and trust me, you'll want to grab your spoon. tonight we are digging into some of the most deck den desserts around the country, coming to you from dylan's candy bar at the farmer's market. when it comes to baking, it's definitely an art in itself. no one knows that better than the ace of cakes himself, dustin goldman, giving me a shot at being boss.
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>> zack is 3 1/2. all by himself. >> i am in the middle of making an iced wonderland cake. >> this is my chanel cake. >> i'm making a love cake. >> dreams are coming true in cake form, that is. and it's ace of cakes duff goldman who's making it all happen with his new estroven chur, duff's cake mix. >> what are we doing here? >> what we do here is we do cupcakes, we do cakes, but the difference between cake mix and, like, a normal bakery is here you actually get to decorate your own cake. >> that is amazing. >> it's really cool. >> is this something people do for little kids' birthdays or who come ls here? >> everybody comes here. we do a lot of birthdays. we also do a lot of, like, bachelorette parties, late nights, cyob, so sometimes people get a little crazy. >> i'm coming back tonight with, like, five bottles of champagne and two girlfriends. >> she'll probably come tonight. a lot of hot girls here. >> so today, what are we going
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to do today? >> first, you want to go on a tir tour? >> sure. yeah. let's do it. >> let me show you around. >> okay. >> to inspire my inner baker, i decided to use the master as my muse. >> so, this is my bakery. >> this is incredible. >> this is where we do the baked crazy stuff. >> yeah. when you want a cake, who you going to call? duff goldman! >> behind is a giant shish kebob. we do big, crazy, wild ones, wedding cakes, big, fun bar mitzvah cakes. >> wow. now that my mind is blown, it is time to start planning my cake. there's no better place to start than with duff's arsenal of decorations. >> sprinkles, pearls, giant jujubes, snowflakes. >> it's like you're going mall shopping. maybe i want pearls, maybe i want glitter. >> we have a chocolate with vanilla buttercream, a red toffee, which is awesome, a red
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velvet. >> i want that one. >> let's go decorate. so this is the airbrush room. >> this is crazy. i feel like we're going to do some scary work here. >> we are. we are. all you want to do is press all the way down, just like that. you're a natural. >> this is fun. you're hired. i did it. >> i'm impressed. now we have a nice super pink cake. >> i like it. looking good already. >> it's already girly. pick a color you want to go with. >> purple. >> purple. i like it. you're going to hold it at an angle. squeeze it from back like toothpaste. bubble and pull, bubble and pull. >> okay. >> take your time with it. >> oh, my god, i'm so scared. >> don't be scared. ipts not heart surgery. >> i just want to impress you. look at you down there. >> piece of work. >> okay. >> the thing about cake decorating, it's smoke and mirrors, because, like, oh, you work it so perfect. it's not really that.
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it's just i'm really good at covering up mistakes. the cake is already completely kicking butt. okay. what do you want the cake to say? >> i am a new aunt and i love my little niece so much, little lemon, so i want to make this cake for her. want me to do it? >> yes. it's your cake. you got this. >> okay. >> oh, my god, stop! >> ah! >> i'm kidding. >> yay. >> look how fantastic. >> it looks like i did it. well, it's a little short of aweso awesome, but we're getting there. just a few embellishments. glitter makes everything better. >> i'm going rogue, like sarah palin. >> what? >> what is that? >> a bird. >> are you sure? >> maybe i'll make it so it doesn't look -- i'll give him two wings. >> don't do that. >> perfect. >> did off blast? i had so much fun. it was awesome. going to learn about cakes.
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after all that hard work, a baker deserves a reward. and thankfully the trophies at this place are extra skweet suite. >> that is our carrot cake. >> oh, my god. >> and this is our red velvet. >> i know the cake can look good. but how does it taste? >> that's the question on everybody's mind. take a bite. >> a bite. >> come on. you're so l.a. take a real bite. >> wow. this frosting is so wrong. got to go for the red velvet now. wow. >> yeah? >> that is so moist, that cake. i swear to you i am not just saying this so you'll like me, best cake i've ever had. >> thank you very much. i believe you because we do make the best cakes anywhere. >> whether it's the glitter on the chocolate cake or the gummies in the vanilla, any way you slice it, the sweetest ingredient is a personal touch. >> created by auntie ali.
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coming up -- >> don't you -- you'll miss the whole experience. i was having trouble getting out of bed in the morning because my back hurt so bad. the sleep number bed conforms to you. i wake up in the morning with no back pain. i can adjust it if i need to...if my back's a little more sore. and by the time i get up in the morning, i feel great! if you have back pain, toss and turn at night or wake up tired with no energy, the sleep number bed could be your solution. the sleep number bed's secret is it's air chambers which provide ideal support and put you in control of the firmness. and the bed is perfect for couples because each side adjusts independently to their unique sleep number. here's what clinical research has found: ® 93% of participants experienced back-pain relief. ® 90% reported reduced aches and pains. ® 87% fell asleep faster and enjoyed more deep sleep. for study summaries, call this number now.
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we'll include a free dvd and brochure about the sleep number bed including prices, and models plus a free $50 savings card. and how about this? steel springs can cause uncomfortable pressure points. but the sleep number bed contours to your body. imagine how good you'll feel when your muscles relax and you fall into a deep sleep! i'm not just a back surgeon, i'm also a back patient. i sleep on the sleep number bed myself and i highly recommend it to all of my patients. need another reason to call? the sleep number bed costs about the same as an innerspring but lasts twice as long. so if you want to sleep better or find relief for your bad back, call now. call the number on your screen for your free information kit with dvd, brochure and price list. call right now and you'll also receive a $50 savings card just for inquiring about the sleep number bed. ask about our risk-free 30-night in-home trial.
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call now for your free information kit and a free $50 savings card. call now! tonight we are on a mission for a sugar high checking out the best desserts from around the country. now, every city has its own particular way of celebrating sweets, especially new york. they have one festival dedicated to one sweet in particular -- chocolate. ♪ the mayans' offer to the gods, willie wonka made a river out of it and we can't stand to get enough of it. chocolate. the 15th annual chocolate show, the finest chocolate people from around the world gather to share their heavenly creations with us mere mortals. >> it's made for chocolate lovers by chocolate lovers.
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it's best to come if you love chocolate, sweets. if you want to spend your day eating chocolate, you have to come here. >> i came to the new york chocolate show with my family every year for, like 15sh, 15 y. >> i'm going to real really find the purest dark possible. >> some of the best chocolates from around the world. >> it's like a dream in your mouth. >> to the world at large, chocolate is one of the most popular sweets. and for these vendors, making delicious use of chocolate is a way of life. how important is it to the sweet community? >> it's great exposure for the large manufacturers, and also, like, the little private boutique vendors. you know, they're from all over the country and all over the world, too. >> who type of chocolate is it? >> it's simple oregon chocolate. you can do a parallel taste to see how it changes around the world, new guinea, indonesia. >> this is the one spot you can try chocolate from around the world. >> absolutely.
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>> this is probably one of the most unique ways to eat chocolate. and here at the chocolate show, looks can be deceiving. give me whatever you've got. black chocolate pepper? ah! that's hot! >> no chewing. let it melt. chewing it ruins the experience. >> this is straight up made of chocolate. who knew? whatever your chocolate y poison, you can find it here at the chocolate show. >> really killer hot chocolate. >> the truffles. >> no chewing allowed chocolate. it is fantastic. >> chocolate is an experience. it's happiness. it's happiness in your belly. it's happiness in your mouth. it's happiness in your mind. it's good for you. >> culina? beverly hills has so many mouth-watering flavors, it's been given the name the kitchen
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sink. like the name imply, it has everything but. kitchen sink dessert for me, it's really heaven. >> it's really rich and decadent and sweet. >> you have the really sweet, and then you have the jammy and the fruit and then you have the chocolate so you're having so many different things happening, it's almost surreal. >> i'm happy to see you. i hear we are making this colossal dessert called the kitchen sink. what is it? >> you are right. it takes a lot of gelatos, a little bit of sorbet and a lot of toppings. >> like five toppings? >> no. a little more. >> 15? >> 20 around. >> you're kidding. right? >> no. no. we use fresh ingredients, seasoned ingredients like pomegranate seeds, pumpkin seeds, blueberries. but the main ingredient is the gelato. >> which is just the beginning of this decadent dessert. and chef frederico is starting me out easy by showing me how they make their. nilla gelato from scratch.
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>> whole milk. >> a whole gallon? >> yep. >> okay. the most important thing of the gelato is the vanilla, vanilla bean. >> i love fresh vanilla. that is incredible. you put it right in? >> oh, yeah. right in. >> all righty. >> i'm going to use, like, four vanilla beans. and we're going to bring to boil. >> so is this pretty much how much ice cream we're going to be eating later? >> yep. >> the mix chills and then it's poured into the gelato machine. >> we should check it out right now. >> it's done. whoa. that just comes right out. i just happen to have a spoon with me. oh, my goodness. that is fantastic. i just want to stick my face in there. >> the vanilla came out absolutely perfect. but there are so many other flavors in this dish, and i feel it's my duty to sample them all. >> chocolate toffee. pomegranate, blackberry. peanut butter.
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>> wow. that one's really good. the gelato is good to go. but there's more. how are we going to fit everything in this bowl? >> you can choose your flavor. >> i want everything. >> let's put everything. berries in the bottom. >> okay. >> gelato. >> uh-huh. >> fresh marshmallow, blackberry marshmallow. fresh pomegranate. pec pecan. carmel. >> and then, and then, and then? >> i think we should do sauce. chocolate sauce, blackberry sauce, espresso, and chocolate, yeah? >> i don't even see ice cream anymore. i just see a bunch of sweets on top. >> blueberry and cinnamon marmalade. and last but not least -- >> wait a minute, these. >> some cookies. there's not enough texture in here already. >> it is something.
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>> i don't think we forgot anything. what could we have forgot opinion. >> sprinkles. >> now. >> now we're ready. let's go. >> okay. let me hold on. hmm. oh. >> what you get? >> delicious. gosh. >> you don't know what you're going to expect. >> i got some of the blueberry marmalade. >> it's kind of funny, you know, the face of the people when tay start to eat it and they find different texture, different flavor, different temperatures. >> you have this mushy marshmallow and then you take another bite and it's this crispy pine cut cookie. and you just don't know what's going to be in your mouth next and that's very exciting for me. >> i think there is this one thing that's missing. >> what? >> the kitchen sink. bing! i'll be here all week. eating this. because it's too big. coming up -- >> we top it with simple syrup. >> i like fire. pretty much down for that
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tonight we're satisfying our sweet tooth with the most delicious desserts. and in chicago, people are just going nuts for these creative, gooey, sugary little fried dough bits and they'll have you craving them at any hour. [ buzzer ] it's a little after 2:00 a.m., and the last thing anybody is thinking about is sugar or sweets, but you know what, i think chicago deserves a little sugar high. so i'm off because i want to make the city's morning a little bit sweeter. glaze prides itself on crafting artisan doughnuts with some of the most unique flavor combinations. since doughnuts are the new
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cupcakes these days, it's hard work to stand out. good morning. >> hi. how you doing? a little early? >> the sun isn't even up but i am and you are. >> you got off easy. been here since last night. 10:00 to 10:00. >> thanks for letting me off easy. making doughnuts today. shoo making them, frying them, finishing them, putting sprinkles on them, everything. >> you do this every morning. >> all day long. i call it morning. >> well, whatever time it is, one thing's for sure. it's time to make a special doughnut. >> what we're going to do first is take this. this is our yeast-raised dough that we've been resting for about eight hours. we're going to bring it over the dough sheeter and sheet it out, take our ring cutter. >> oh, that's what it is. >> and basically cut the doughnuts and lay them out. we cut them all by hand. >> how many are you making? >> during the weekdays 2,000, 3,000, on the weekends, 4,000,
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5,000. >> wow. can i try that? >> sure. go ahead. >> they look like doe nuts. that's a good start. >> yeah. they look great. we set them down until they start to float. >> so how long are we frying these for? >> 60 seconds on each side. >> you're doing fine. as long as you get them flipped over before the timer goes off. >> oh, my gosh. >> that's okay. >> they look so good and smell so good. >> nothing like fresh doe nuts. >> i couldn't agree more. now it's time to put the glaze into glazed and infused. >> wow. assistant's dream over here. >> this is the easy doughnut. all you have to do is dip it, pick it up like this. >> okay. >> just the top. >> that looks so good. >> then you can add sprinkles. >> let's do this. so what doe nuts are these? >> the creme brulee doe it ins. it's a yeast shell and inside we fill it with creme brulee filling.
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then we top it with simple syrup and caramel sugar that's ground up with regular sugar. then you torch it. >> i always like blow fire. early in the morning, late at night, pretty much down for that anytime. >> after some torching and a quick nap, i was back to work. still back outside, but the doughnuts are ready and the sun's about to come up and the customers are going to come. >> perfect for the morning. a nice treat to start the day. >> just soft and delicious. >> if p i were bringing doughnuts to work, i would definitely want to bring this box of doughnuts. and with flavors ranging from red velvet to banana, the list is as delicious as it is endless. but there's one you can't miss. >> maple bacon long john. >> maple bacon long john. >> i've been thinking about it all morning. >> maple glaze top of it and then literally a strip of crispy bacon. heaven in your mouth. >> wow. bacon with the maple glaze.
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fantastic. and of course i had to taste my own own handiwork, right? the creme brulee. holy [ bleep ]. the creme brulee is, like, unbelievably good. but this crunchy top outside is like nothing i've ever had before. and with my doughnut-making morning behind me and the whole rest of the day in front of me, i was ready to do one thing. sleep. and have sweet, sweet dreams. coming up -- >> nice. >> i'm all about adding liquor to things for flavor, too.
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tonight is all about sweets. and when it comes to these sugary treats the french seem to have it down pat, which is never more evident than when you order from the master himself, chef francois paiard. >> they're delicious. they definitely worked hard. >> lots of layers of flavors. >> i've been lucky enough to go to paris a couple times and always been incredibly happy. no place to get it kwik like this. >> the name has a beloved reputation in new york since 1990. and with the opening of a new flagship on the upper east side, the great baker is looking to continue that tradition with a fresh batch of infectious confections. and i'm ready to hear what all the fuss is about. i hear this lovely french accent.
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croy sanltissant croissants. all my favorite things. what are we making today? >> an almond croissant. butter, and we use the croissant from the day before, and that's the way we keep doing now. >> this? >> taste. light. little bit of al monlds. >> i'm all about adding liquor to things for flavor, too. after a quick soap in the syrup, our croissants are filled with almond sweetness. >> not too much. oh, too much? >> after that, we will close them, you see. and what we want to do, just a little bit of the almond cream on the top. a slice of almond. look at that. you see now the croissant is finished. it's ready. we have to bake them. >> voila, magic! >> and you see now you be ready to have the crocroissant. >> he took one of my favorite things and made it into a sweet treat. what do you pair with a pastry to help it go down easy? a creamy cup of hot chocolate, of course. i love hot chocolate. especially on a cold day like tuld. perfect thing to bring.
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whoa. it is like dark chocolate in liquid form. i know this is perfect because it just came out of the oven. got to try it. whooo. >> crunchy. >> oh, my god. it's so good. and we can't finish without a sampling of francois' famous macaroons. >> the best macaroons. >> there's nothing quite like a french macaroons. >> we have ten different flavors. we have the caramel, licorice, the black one, dark chocolate, this one is passion fruit. all share the same flavor of almond. >> but the cream stuff inside, that's important to have the fresh stuff in there. >> you should try it. >> wow. i wasn't expecting that to, just, like, melt in my mouth. whoa. you get that salted caramel flavor. and i love that. what makes a french pastry
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better than the rest? >> french pastry is much more delicate. and it's art to make them perfect every time. >> this has been so sweet and so are you. thank you so much for having me here. >> thank you so much. >> if you're in need of a sugar rush, it will have you saying m magnefique. now that i've satisfied my sweet tooth, this sugar high is coming to an end. but believe it or not, i saved room for one more treat. see you next week.
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i'm sara gore and this is "open house." we go behind the doors of a compound in l.a. and a home in kentucky that has something for everyone. plus we're in chicago to see how to make a big impact in a small space. and we're getting tips on how to destress this holiday season. but first i get a behind the scenes tour on the set of "30 rock." >> it's a sizable one bedroom. >> this is a very large new york bedroom. >> yes this would be big in new york. i don't think it looks as big on tv.

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